Nottermans file lawsuit against Roosevelt, planners over failed development application By Bob Fleming ROOSEVELT — Borough officials learned last week that a landowner’s lawsuit against the Planning Board concerning a residential development application that failed to obtain that panel’s approval has been amended to include the borough as a defendant. Abby Notterman, Princeton Junc-tion, and… Continue reading Untitled
der=0 bgcolor=”#D0D0D0″> JERRY WOLKOWITZ Brad Garton of Roosevelt uses his computer and a sound board to play a digital music piece he composed. Garton, the director of the Columbia University Computer Music Center, New York, brought researchers and composers from the center to Roosevelt on Saturday for a presentation hosted by the Roosevelt Arts Project.
Aspiring journalists share experiences at symposium By Bob Fleming ALLENTOWN — High school students can prepare for a career in journalism by investing their time and talents writing for their school newspapers and developing their reporting skills — that was the message delivered by a panel of guest speakers at a journalism symposium held recently… Continue reading Untitled